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waters recently made a comment up in detroit, and representative andre carson, democrat of indiana, of indianapolis made this comment recently. i want to get your reaction. >> we have seen change in congress. the tea party itself has changed. this is beyond symbolic change. this is the effort that we are seeing of jim crow. >> host: ellis cose? traneighty we are looking at political rhetoric here, and political rhetoric seems to be extreme. i don't think that certainly in terms of the articulated public positions you're going to fight any tea party leadership saying we want second class citizens, or that we want people in sticking. that's jus just a part of the rhetoric. and i think many of them are sincere about that. they recognize that this is a different america, that you can't take america back to the 1940s, to the 1950s. but at the same time i think what they are expressing is they are frustrated. they're not quite sure where they fit in. they are not quite sure where things are going. and they are angry. but now i don't think they'll organize themselves into lynch mobs. >> h
, and representative andre carson, democrat of indiana, of indianapolis made this comment recently. i want to get your reaction. >> we have seen change in congress. the tea party itself has changed. this is beyond symbolic change. this is the effort that we are seeing of jim crow. >> host: ellis cose? traneighty we are looking at political rhetoric here, and political rhetoric seems to be n'treme. political rhetoric tends to be a little extreme.term i don't think that certainly in terms of their articulated what positions come you're going to find any tea party leadership's saying we want people whiche together. it's just not part of their. ar rhetoric.er and i think many of them aree et sincere about that. diff they recognize this is ao te different america that you can't take america back to the 1940s and 1950s.y ar at the same time come with the express as frustrated.it in. they're not quite sure what this thing is going and they are mo angry. host: in your book, "mans world," how high is its price went what did you find that male americans were frustrated by? >> guest: it's interesting. segue from
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